Solder

Solder

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Caption: Solder is widely used in electronics for joining metallic conductors to ensure electrical continuity. Solders are typically metal alloys that have specific melting points. Solder is often manufactured as a hollow tube filled with flux, called flux core solder. Shown here is a flux core solder made by Kester. It is a 63% / 37% Sn/Pb eutectic alloy that melts at 183 degrees C.

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Keywords: alloy, cut out, cutout, electronics, eutectic, flux core solder, lead, metal, pb, seamless, sn, solder, still life, technology, tin

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